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Shop: ‘I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings’ Signed By Maya Angelou

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The collector writes: I am very proud to be offering this item up for sale, as it has been in my collection for many years. This is a softcover copy of “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings,” Angelou’s famous autobiographical work. Continue Reading →

Shop: ‘Flowers,’ Carl Van Vechten, Silver Print Photograph, 1930’s

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Flowers, Carl Van Vechten, channels a movement during the Harlem Renaissance, circa.,1920’s – 1930’s, Continue Reading →

George Faison Directs Accept “Except” LGBT NY

Tyree-Young-and-Ceez-LiiveISWoodie King Jr’s New Federal Theatre kicks off its 45th season with Karimah’s Accept “Except” LGBT NY, a tale about Gay Rights from slavery to modern day, directed by Tony Award winner George Faison and performing at the Castillo Theatre, 543 West 42nd Street, from October 23 to November 23. Opening night is set for November 6.   Continue Reading →

Columbia College Boathouse, Harlem, 1895

ColumbiaboathouseSide view of the (then) new Columbia College Boathouse, at 115th Street and the Hudson River, Harlem, New York, 1895. Continue Reading →

Dem Leader Considers Retiring From Harlem Politics

Cap Ben 5 Star Security assemblymen Keith Wright Chief Salih of 5 Star SecurityHarlem Assemblyman and Manhattan Democratic Party leader Keith Wright is considering retiring from politics — to take a plum job as the $174,000-a-year borough county clerk, our source has learned. Continue Reading →

H&M’s New Collab, Perfect Harlem Gala Gear

wang at hm inh arlemWhile the fashion-lovers of the world at large are waiting with bated breath for the Alexander Wang x H&M collaboration to hit stores from (125th Street in) Harlem to Hollywood early November, the Swede fashion giant is offering up an added dose of high fashion in the interim. Continue Reading →